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Jory Harcourt doesn't have to go looking for trouble. Wherever he goes, it seems to find him - particularly when his partner, Sam Kage, is working undercover on a federal task force.
After the recession forces him to close his business, Jory goes to work as a matchmaker and event planner. From there, it's only a matter of time before his big mouth and up-front attitude make him the rope in a tug-of-war between a trust-fund baby and a drug-smuggling criminal. Then, as if that situation weren't delicate enough, Jory's undercover lover shows up working for the smuggler.
Between the men who want him and the men who just want him dead, Chicago is getting a little crowded for Jory, so on the advice of his brother, his boyfriend, and the FBI task force, he heads for Hawaii...where a serious accident threatens his quality of life. Can Sam and Jory keep the faith and prove that their relationship really is bulletproof?
©2011 Mary Calmes (P)2013 Mary Calmes
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By Riva on 02-06-13

Great book, poor narration

What did you like best about Bulletproof? What did you like least?

I love almost all of Mary Calmes' books. Jory and Sam are one of my favorite couples. I LOVE Jory and the way he looks at life, he is so much fun. But I hated the narration.

What did you like best about this story?

The relationship between Jory and Sam.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

I don't understand why they switched from Paul Morey, he was great as the narrator for the first 4 books. Mr. Gelder has a very nice voice but there was no deviation in his tone for the different characters. Sam is suppose to have a deep, gravely voice and in this book he had anything but. It detracted from the story b/c I have read the all books and listened to the first 4 books with Paul Morey. It really ruined it for me and if Mr. Gelder does the final book, I will not purchase it.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Absoulutely!!

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By Kathleen on 11-20-13

Wonderful addition to series, terrible narrator

Would you consider the audio edition of Bulletproof to be better than the print version?

Absolutely not. Paul Morrey wasn't a stellar narrator for the first two volumes, but at least you could tell when Sam was speaking...he had his low gravelly/growly voice down pat.Dane had the most ridiculous accent, but at least I could tell who was speaking. Gelder is a reader, not a narrator. I had to quit listening and drag out the book because he was ruining the story.

What did you like best about this story?

The continuation of the "epic" love story between Sam and Jory. I love these guys.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Jeff Gelder?

Sean Crisden, Shannon Gunn, Jeff Frez-Albrecht, Brad Langer, Chris Patton, Charlie David, Kevin R. Free, Paul Fleschner... pretty much any good narrator, even Paul Morey would have been so much better than Gelder.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Well, I especially loved the part where Jory and Sam meet up in the dark behind the club. Oh.My. :)

Any additional comments?

A wonderful continuation of the love story. Too bad Gelder ruined it for me.

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By Mark on 06-13-13

Oh dear :( not as good bring back Paul Morey!

I was looking forward to the third volume with more tales of Sam and Jory but this volume is not as good as the first two - a great sadness to me!

Having spent around 20 hours with Paul Morey's characterisation in the first two volumes the change of reader is to say the least bizarre and somewhat disappointing. There is nothing wrong with Jeff Gelder's reading it's just not Paul Morey.

I suspect the change of narrator has influenced my enjoyment to some degree.

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By Avalie on 05-19-16

More Jory and Sam!

Great to hear more about Jory and Sam, rated among my top five fave couples.
Why change narrator? After I slowed narration down to three-quarters it was fine, and by end I had adapted to new narrator.
Hate the music between chapters, just get rid of it. Don't need to tell me title of book every chapter.
So my complaints are about narration, but loved the book, and will listen again, but must slow it down.

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